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Haddenham resident, Damian Ward, is an amateur photographer with a remarkable talent — indeed, many of his images would not look out of place among the portfolios of time served professionals and fellows of the National Photographic Society.

Following a successful public exhibition of his work in Thame earlier this year, Damian has now produced a series of greeting cards — and these are available for purchase in 'Blooming Fruity' on Banks Parade, where you can also see one or two of his impressive photographs framed or mounted on canvass.

You can view some of Damian's stunning images here

For more details, contact Damian via email: damian.ward@me.com

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